At the Tokyo Motor Show, Honda has revealed a range of concept vehicles including a new sports concept and various concept commuter automobiles designed for fun and convenient mobility. In its Power Product concept model, Honda introduces the Townwalker, ideal for urban mobility with its combined nimbleness and simplicity. It allows everyone to enjoy mobility in urban regions.
Moreover, it can be loaded in a car easily by folding away the seat and steering. A member of the car concept lineup, the Small Sports EV Concept is a next-generation compact electric vehicle sports model that’s fun to operate and is able to achieve an excellent environmental performance.
Another concept is the AC-X, a next generation plug-in hybrid automobile that offers an enjoyable and comfortable motoring experience in long-distance and urban driving. It has two driving modes: "automatic drive" for more relaxed motoring and "engine drive" for a more spirited driving.
Another concept is the Micro Commuter, which is a futuristic, micro-sized electric city commuter automobile that will be a highly accessible form of mobility. This concept also features a HONDA MOTOR COMPO two-wheel EV slotted in the vehicle. Honda also reveals its motorcycle concept models, one of which is the Motor Compo.
It is a compact EV commuter that provides the convenient and casual mobility of a two-wheeler. It also strives to be useful even when not being ridden. This can be loaded in the MICRO COMMUTER CONCEPT, which has a detachable battery ideal as a power source in everyday life. Another motorcycle concept model is the E-Canopy. It is a comfortable and quiet next-generation commuter created with the installation of an EV system on the company's one-of-a-kind three-wheeled scooter.
A rear trunk can also be built with this concept for business use such as a delivery service. RC-E is another concept introduced. It is an EV variant of a super sports motorcycle that pursues the excitement of riding. With the 250cc-class compact body, a smooth and powerful ride unique to an EV model is achieved.